putty knife

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putty knife

[′pəd·ē ‚nīf]
(design engineering)
A knife with a broad flexible blade, used to apply and smooth putty.

putty knife

putty knife
A knife with a broad flexible blade used for laying on putty.
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It wouldn't take long for people to figure out that they could surrender a 99-cent paint scraper in Eugene in hopes of picking up a $20 Swiss army knife in San Francisco.
Use a paint scraper to work the putty into any gaps in the pot.
You will also need a filler called Fastset, another called Velvet, a paint scraper or trowel, strong scissors, and some sandpaper.
Press the damaged edge against the kitchen skirting board with something like a paint scraper blade and trim it to fit properly with a craft knife.
Hold the gun just away from the paint until it softens, allowing you to push the paint off the surface with a paint scraper.
They said, `No paint scrapers, just wooden sticks and water.
He encourages do-it-yourselfers to have on hand equipment such as paint scrapers, drop cloths, caulk and quality paintbrushes; to prepare appropriately the surface by scraping off old, loose paint, pre-washing the surface, and patching cracks, holes and seams; and to prime any bare wood, for better paint adhesion.
Warner Tools uses the company's overmolded thermoplastic elastomers in its ProGrip Series of paint scrapers and putty knives featuring soft-touch handles.
They included cutlery, a Swiss Army knife, a potato knife, kitchen and craft knives and paint scrapers.